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Admission Process

 

Admissions to our school are all dealt with by Lincolnshire County Council. This includes applications for places for our new Reception intake each September and for any mid-term admissions or transfers from other schools. Our published admission number (PAN) is 30 and so each class can have up to 30 pupils. Pupils in addition to this are admitted at the direction of the local authority only.

Further information and details of how to apply for a school place can be found at 
www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/schooladmissions from this page you will then also be able to see the LCC Admission Policies or 
please see the document below.

 

 

Admission Application and Offer dates

 

Admissions dates

 

Primary school admissions open on 15 November 2023 and close 15 January 2024

  • re-opens 17 April 2024 and closes 17 May 2024

 

Secondary school admissions open on 8 September 2023 and close on 31 October 2023

  • re-opens 1 March 2024 and closes 25 March 2024

 

 

Offers dates

 

If Lincolnshire County Council receive your application on time, you will be able to collect your offer on:

 

  • primary schools - 16th April 2024
  • secondary schools - 1st March 2024

 

If you apply by paper form, LCC will post your offer on the same dates. They are unable to give out details over the phone.

If your application is late, LCC will process it after the following dates:

  • primary schools - 27th May
  • secondary schools - 3rd April

 

Please place the following appeals timetable on your website (relevant for your school) or link to the LCC page https://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/school-admissions/appeal-school-place/2

Over-subscription Criteria:

For entry into reception in September places are allocated by the local authority. In the event of the school being oversubscribed, the following criteria will be applied:

  • The child has an Educational Health Care Plan
  • The child is in the care of the local authority / has previously been Looked After
  • There is a brother or sister at the school who will be attending when the child is due to start
  • The school is the nearest on to the home address (measured electronically by the local authority, taking the distance from the home address to all schools by the shortest driving distance along public highways using the post office address point of the home to the post office address point of the school).
  • The distance from the home to the school, priority will be given to the child living closest to the school (measured as for point 3, but the distance to other schools is not measured. The nearer child will be allocated the place).

 

If you are considering an application for a place in our school, please feel free to contact the main school office who will be able to arrange for an appointment for you to have a look around, or answer any questions you may have about the school.


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